PEX Week Orlando 2012 Awards Winners
Best Project Contributing to Organizational Value, Sustainability & Innovation
This award recognizes important projects that are not primarily aligned to or selected for their direct financial impact. Entries were evaluated on business impact and innovation, but with a specific focus on value created outside of pure financial results.
Winner: Tata Consultancy Services
Honorary Mention: JEA
Best BPM Project
This award recognizes the success of individual BPM specific projects in supporting the enterprise-wide value chain. Entrants were assessed on their ability to demonstrate successful BPM results across people, processes and IT.
Winner: Naval Special Warfare Group 4 (NSWG4)
Best Process Improvement Project Over 90 Days
This award recognizes improvements in manufacturing or service and transactional environments using Lean, Six Sigma or any other recognized Process Excellence tool. Entrants were judged on the ability to prove their operational and business results as well as clarity in execution throughout the process and sustainability.
Honorary Mention: JEA
Best Process Improvement Project Under 90 Days
This award recognizes the business impact and scope of projects with short cycle times and quick wins for the business. Improvement projects must have been under 90 days in duration.
Honorary Mention: Capital One
Best Start Up Business Excellence Program (Under 2 Years)
This award celebrates the achievements of new Business Process Excellence programs of up to 2 years in deployment – covering Lean, Six Sigma & Business Process Management (BPM).
Winner: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Honorary Mention: Roche Pharmaceuticals
Best Process Excellence Program (Over 2 Years)
This award recognizes a mature Business Process Excellence Program. Entrants were judged on their strategy, capacity for delivery and the extent to which they have created an environment for change.
Winner: PolyOne Corporation
Honorary Mention: Sutherland Global Services
Deployment Leader of the Year
This award recognizes an outstanding deployment leader who has lead a company-wide improvement strategy (Lean, Six Sigma or BPM) and can demonstrate vision, strategic leadership and influence at a company-wide level.
Winner: Eric Michrowski, TELUS
Honorary Mention: Yew Ker Ling, SingTel Group
Special Mention: Jennifer Ridgeway, Lawrence Berkely National Laboratory
Recognition for Community Contribution
This award recognizes an individual who has made an outstanding individual contribution to the advancement of process excellence through contribution of knowledge, effort and time.
Winner: John Murphy, VP Operational Excellence, CSX Transportation
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